Pete Davidson Breaks Silence About His Breakup With Ariana Grande
While the pair has kept their heads low since the reported breakup, it looks like Davidson couldn't avoid it in a recent appearance.
Co-hosting the Judd & Pete for America comedy show in West Hollywood alongside filmmaker Judd Apatow, Davidson took the stage addressing the ponytailed elephant in the room.
"Well, as you could tell, I don't want to be here. There's a lot going on," Davidson said to the crowd according to E! News, "Does anybody have any open rooms? Looking for a roommate?"
In the short time Davidson and Grande were together, she moved in to a $21.7 million apartment in Manhattan. The building featured the usual things like a 75-ft indoor pool and one of the only private IMAX theatres in the world.
Davidson continued, "I've been covering a bunch of tattoos," the SNL actor said adding, "I'm f**king 0 for 2 in the tattoo [department]. I'm afraid to get my mom tattooed on me, that's how bad it is."
Again, during the very brief relationship, Davidson and Grande dove into commitment by getting a series of tattoos dedicated to each other and their families.
When they first got together Davidson had to cover up a tattoo he had gotten of his ex's FACE (!!!). Prior to dating Grande, Davidson was dating Cazzie David -- Larry David's daughter -- and had a cartoon drawing of her face on his arm.
"So obviously you know we broke up or whatever," Davidson continued, "but when me and her first got engaged we got tattoos and it was like in a magazine like, 'Was Pete Davidson stupid?' and 90 percent of it said yes," the 24-year-old said.
"My boy was like, "Don't listen to that s**t man, they're literally f**king haters,' and I'm like yeah, f**k that," Davidson said.
"And the other day we were in my kitchen and he was like, 'Yo, bro... turns out you were stupid'."
According to E! Davidson's co-host gave him credit for showing up so soon after his breakup, to which he responded, "Well you put me on the flyer, I had to," adding, "F**k my feelings."
Apatow and Davidson were hosting the event to raise money for Swing Left, an organisation that tries to encourage Democrats to volunteer in swing districts.
Apatow told Davidson, "I care more about America than your feelings," to which Davidson apparently responded, "I feel like I am America..."
"I'm a good guy that keeps getting kicked in the dick. You're like, 'Ah, that f**king poor kid. Hope he doesn't kill himself.' That's America."
Grande's ex, Mac Miller, recently died of an apparent overdose last month. The news of Miller's death was reportedly very difficult for the Dangerous Woman singer.
Grande has kept quiet on the breakup, posting a message to her Instagram story that read, "Time to say bye bye again to the internet for just a lil bit. It's hard not to bump news n stuff that I'm not tryna see rn."
"It's very sad and we're all tryin' very hard to keep goin'," Grande wrote, "Love u. And thank u for bein' here always."
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